Gay Style: Fashion Houses, Designers, Latest Trends

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There is of course no such thing as "gay style," as no one certain look is indicative of LGBTQ people, but being on the forefront of fashion, grooming and style trends have long been synonymous with members of the queer community. While not everyone in the LGBTQ community obsesses over how they look and dress, many of us do. Chic new styles for gay men are popping up all the time, and there are many ways to show off your own sense of gay style. Many of the world’s leading fashion designers happen to be gay men, which means that yesterday’s social outcasts are now deciding what makes it onto store shelves worldwide. Who’s in and who’s out in the world of fashion today? It's an ever-changing topic. Regardless of what you like to wear, take your style knowledge to the next level by jumping into Hornet's gay style coverage.
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